If you’ve been wondering what it would take to get chefs to move from embracing seafood sustainability to outright activism for it, check out the controversy that surrounds Alaska’s proposed Pebble mine, whose enablers include former Alaska governor Sarah Palin. Opponents say the gigantic open pit gold and copper operation will seriously impact the salmon-rich Bristol Bay fishery. Last week, 11 Seattle fine dining restaurants went on the offensive to save it. As governor, Palin claimed to ...

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